A work environment unlike any other.
Cyber Monday is circa 1962. Mobile Monday is so 2009. Ready your dealership for 2015!
Unless you live under a rock, you know about Cyber Monday. It’s about being cyber, on a Monday. About catching deals online by shopping on Monday. But not just any Monday. The Monday after Thanksgiving, that is followed by Small Business Saturday, that follows Black Friday. It’s one of the few nationally recognized days not yet with it’s own greeting card (another marketing genius..but let’s get back on topic).
You are to shop. And shop…until you drop. Shop only online. Shop at your computer in the comforts of your own home or local coffee shop. Shop deals for gifting and deals to give yourself. Deals that you Read the rest of this entry »
A positive development process and partnership is a winning combination!
It started out as any other website I’ve developed here at DealerFire; just another couple of websites added to my lineup. But that quickly changed. Our introduction call went well and was a foreshadowing to an exceptionally positive development process for both the dealership and for me.
A two-time winner* and 2015 nominee for the TIME Dealer of the Year Award as well as recipient of Ford’s 100-Year Award, I learned that JC Lewis Ford Read the rest of this entry »
Encouraging an Active Lifestyle Outside the Job Place
Paul shared with us the importance of promoting health and wellness in the work environment in the blog post “Investing in Good (Company!) Health“. This week, we’d like to formally introduce you to Paul Cashman, DealerFire Account Manager.
While DealerFire has grown larger and more advanced over the last several years, the values of a healthy team have stayed intact. Investing in yourself is the most important thing that you can do and we strive to allow our members the opportunity to do so as part of their jobs.
But enough about us. Watch as Paul talks about not only talking the healthy talk, but walking (and running and skiing and CrossFitting and Warrior Dashing) the walk in this VIDEO SUMMARY, including live footage of his adventures!
Minnesota dealership delivers on their Top 5 Critical Values to Business Success
Based on a case study completed by our account management team for Rochester Motor Cars, Christian Salazar, National Director of Sales here at DealerFire, recently sat down with Theron Gammell, Ecommerce Director for the store, to get his take on the results. Rochester Motor Cars is part of the Rydell Auto Group out of Mn.
Rochester Motor Cars strives to be an industry leader in providing unmatched quality automotive products and service. Their philosophy is based on five areas they believe are critical to business success: Read the rest of this entry »
It’s not ground-breaking news that companies who take better care of their employees get more production out of them, fewer sick days and keep them employed longer. Without getting into a ton of small details and fine print, let’s just all assume that we understand that healthcare is expensive for businesses and if you can reduce the cost, while increasing productivity and happiness in your employees, you should probably do it. Thankfully, DealerFire has done just that.
From weekly basketball games open to employees to local volleyball league teams that are sponsored by the company, DealerFire promotes an active lifestyle and makes these Read the rest of this entry »
Presented at AutoCon 2014 – “Zero to Hero in 200 Days: Robbins Nissan Extreme Digital Advertising Makeover”
Based on a case study completed in August 2014 by our account management team for Robbins Automall, Christian Salazar, National Director of Sales here at DealerFire, recently sat down personally with Chelsea Robbins, Marketing Director for Robbins Nissan and Robbins Chevrolet near Houston, Tx. to get her take on the results.
They proved phenomenal. Read the rest of this entry »
Do you need a responsive website?
Yes, yes you do – and here are three reasons why:
1. We aren’t going back in time.
Since the advent of the World Wide Web, most monitors were a fairly standard screen size and a site could be developed to allow for easy navigation for nearly all users. On June 29, 2007 came the iPhone – the device that changed it all and started this revolution. Read the rest of this entry »
Recently, DealerFire staff of the female persuasion decided to take a painting class together for a little girls night out. As part of the class, we had pre-chosen a piece of artwork for inspiration and then were led step by step through the painting process by a seasoned instructor.
As each of us let loose of our inner artist and our masterpieces began to take form, individual creativity and personality was slowly revealed. And while each of us were given the same tools and were shown the same technique, each painting took on its own form.
Some of us were harder on ourselves than others. Some singularly seemed more beautiful than the next. Some skies were more blended and some grasses more lush. A few adventurous souls stepped out of the box and added their own flair or painted something different altogether. Read the rest of this entry »